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  • Accessibility And Effectiveness Of The Berean Network
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    Scope and Objective Wireless local area networks (WLANs) have the potential to improve the flexibility, productivity, and the quality of work life of an enterprise (Sage Research Staff, 2001). Berean Institute is a typical two year college with about a staff of sixty eight employees and 250 students per semester. Berean teaches cosmetology, barbering and the latest software and hardware technology, which is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Berean currently has two locations in the Philadel...
  • 802 Standards For Local Area Networks
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    Abbreviation of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, pronounced I-triple-E. Founded in 1884 as the AIEE, the I was formed in 1963 when AIEE merged with IRE. I is an organization composed of engineers, scientists, and students. The I is best known for developing standards for the computer and electronics industry. In particular, the I 802 standards for local-area networks are widely followed. Anyone that has worked with a computer on a network has at some point been exposed to the 8...
  • 802 11 Wireless Networks
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    Wireless Network Security Jon P. McKinley mckinley TS 3150 - Fundamentals of Network Design Sunday, December 28, 2003 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 3 The Wireless Market 5 Components of a wireless network 6 Wireless Security Mechanisms 1 8 Categories of Attack 10802.11 Attack Risks 12 Wireless risk mitigation 13 Summary 15 References 16 Introduction Wireless networks have grown in popularity. This is largely due to the increase in the value of a network as more users are attached to it. The val...
  • Load To Other Wireless Access Points
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    Wireless Fidelity In the last few years the world has undergone a tremendous and unprecedented technological change with the attack of the Information Technology revolution. Earlier it was e-mail that changed the way people communicate, and then online shopping became the order of the day, gradually online banking caught up and the list goes on and on. The new trend, Wi-Fi, or Wireless Fidelity, allows you to connect to the Internet from your couch at home, a bed in a hotel room or at school, al...
  • Wireless Telephone Industry
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    There every where and their various tones can be heard ringing out from the bleachers of a little league game to the pin drop silence of a board meeting. What are these seemingly mobile music boxes you ask? Cellular telephones! Once only for the social elite the cell telephone have now become a common commodity. This little essentiality mobile personal communication device has transformed American the face of society. No long confined to the length of a cord, telephones are now able to go just a...
  • 42 Cingular Clients Holding Their Two Thumbs
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    This advertisement is a pure attention getter. Notice all the two thumbs up for 42 people from every color and every gender, and every age group over 18 (notice there are no children's thumbs) the orange background reflects the colorful image of the two thumbs up of different people in terms of race, color, and attitude (some people are professionally dressed others are casual dressed) but it also reflects the color of Cingular. The first thing that grabbed my attention to this advertisement was...
  • Wireless Network
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    Wired vs. Wireless Networks In today's world networking is becoming a very common thing with business's and homes. Some of the main reasons are because you can share files, printers, and other resources. The big networking way style is to use cables connecting all the equipment on a network. Today however, what has a market of its own and is competing with the wired networks is now the wireless network. Many companies have jumped into home networking now, and there is now a big selection of prod...
  • My Brother's Experience With Wireless Networks
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    ! SSWar driving to Disney World! " Summer of 2004 War driving involves roaming around a neighborhood looking for the increasingly numerous! Shot spots! " where high-speed Internet's access is free. What I found interesting was that the hacks were pretty basic and that most of the information on how to break into default systems, how to look for Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) being enabled and other wireless steps could be found in a Google search. My brother Carlos a! SS full time computer geek!...
  • Its 3 G Evdo Network
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    Verizon Wireless at the show launched Vcast, a consumer-focused multimedia service that will run on its 3 G EvDO network. Vcast will let consumers access video, games and music on 3 G handsets. Among the new, so-called next- generation phones touted at the show was Samsung's i 730 handset, which supports 3 G 1 evdo data. Packed into the device, which runs Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition for Pocket PC, is a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 64 MB of RAM for applications and an SDIO (SD input / output...
  • Wireless Local Area Networks In An Organization
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    Information Technology - Wireless local-area networks In today's world where organizations need to keep in contact with employees there seem to be more ways than ever to stay connected. This can be a burden for small organizations that do not have a large information technology (IT) staff to keep them updated with the latest technologies (Cisco, 2004). A significant way for employees to stay in touch besides cell phones, laptops and hand held computers is wireless local area networks (WLAN). Als...
  • 802 16 Standard
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    Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) allows for the provision of high-speed Internet services without building physical structures consisting of fiber, coax or category 5 twisted pair in residential houses and business premises, relying instead on base transceiver stations (BTS) to transmit the bandwidth. However, at the initial stages, there weren't any defined standards for building the Systems which resulted in a variety of software and hardware. The acceptance level is therefore low as the prices...
  • Internet Connection With Two Hardware Access Points
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    - pg 2 Wireless Networking The term wireless networking is a technology that enables two or more computers to communicate using standard network protocols without network cabling. The industry standard mainly used for wireless networking is I (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers) 802.11. What this standard is could be described as a wireless network with hardware that requires the use of technology, which deals with radio frequencies as well as data transmission. There are two kinds...
  • Used Standards In A Networking Situation
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    In today's fast paced, connection oriented, streaming digital world of information exchange, networking has become one of the highest priorities among the information market's requirements. However, the current standards in networking are becoming nigh on obsolete. The most commonly used standards in a networking situation have been in use for several years, and in the information technology field, that is rapidly approaching the venerable stage. Recently however, new standards have began to sho...
  • Secure Data And Computer Systems On Standard
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    Survey of Wireless Computing School Of Computer Science University Of Houston - Clear LakeAbstractWireless technology can provide many benefits to computing including faster response to queries, reduced time spent on paperwork, increased online time for users, just-in-time and real time control, tighter communications between clients and hosts. Wireless Computing is governed by two general forces: Technology, which provides a set of basic building blocks and User Applications, which determine a ...
  • Rolling Out A Wireless Data Service
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    For each of the past five years, industry pundits have been convinced it would be the year of wireless data in the wide-area environment. And every year it was for a different reason: support for IP protocols; phones with microbrowsers; support from industry giants, such as Microsoft and IBM; and new platforms, such as handheld computers. This year's reasons include WAP (Wireless Application Protocol and the forthcoming GPRS (General Packet Radio Service (Internet Wide-Area Wireless Computing). ...
  • Implementations Of Wireless Networks In The Enterprise
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    Worldwide are rolling out wireless technology. This has created a completely new dimension of computing and business practices that have propelled enterprises to new heights of service and flexibility. Along with these new opportunities and benefits, wireless networks come with their share of unique problems, enterprises must plan and implement an intelligent strategy for wireless networks or risk failure. It is essential for organizations to understand the wireless environment and implement wor...
  • Wireless Lan Cards
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    A wireless LAN, as the name implies, is a LAN without any wires to connect different nodes in the network, because in these LAN's wireless media or unguided media is used for this purpose. Most wireless LAN's today work either on Infra-red (IR) or Radio Frequencies (RF). Infra-red devices have a problem of "line of sight", while radio frequencies are more immune to noise etc. Just like any network a wireless LAN also has to follow a standard, some protocol, some handshaking mechanism. The standa...
  • Connectivity For The Wireless Computers
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    WIRELESS COMPUTER NETWORKING Jennifer Velasco ERA Abstract Computer technology and use is more in demand today then ever. In an attempt to accommodate computer users, the amount of computer peripherals and accessories is on the rise. This paper will discuss a particular hardware that is on the market today, which is computer wireless networking. Moreover, it will go in depth as to what exactly wireless networking entails, how to configure your computer for wireless networking and some advantages...
  • Wireless Local Area Network Technology
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    CISCO Getting UN-Wired November 19, 2001 "Wireless LANs represent a major area for potential growth in this new economy". Wireless LAN Benefits Study, ) NOP World - Technology, Cisco Systems, September 2001 By Terry Moos, News@Cisco More Information Feature: Putting Wireless LAN Through Its Paces Cisco's Global Deployment Serves as a Testing Ground Video: NOP Confirms Wireless Productivity Gains 56 k Broadband Release: Cisco Announces New Independent Study Demonstrating Productivity Gains Achiev...
  • Hardware In Use On The Jv Network
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    Executive Summary Jacks Valley Training Complex (JVTC) is a unique facility that covers 2,000 acres of United States Air Force Academy land, located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. JVTC has several training courses that include an Obstacle Course, Leadership Reaction Course, Confidence Course, Assault Course, and Self Aide and Buddy Care area. These courses are used year round by over 76 military and civilian organizations for munitions training, expanding leadership skills, promoting teamwork op...

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